The Farmerette (1932).
Features a cat by the name of Miss Kitty who also appeared in other various van beuren cartoons. Miss Kitty tries to motivate the lazy farm animals back into shape. Miss Kitty is also copying Max fleischer's Betty Boop. Miss Kittys voice is provided by Margie Hines who also voiced Betty Boop. Uploaded by BoopBoopaddoop.
Harry Bailey, John Foster
February 19, 2011
Betty Boop Rip-Off
This cartoon was intended as a direct response to Fleischer's Betty Boop. instead of being a dog, she's a cat, but it's still the Helen Kane style of singing and even Miss Kittys voice is provided by one of the people who actually did the voice for Betty Boop. Miss Kitty Sings 'Some of These Days' and 'How You Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm' and for my money, you can leave them there. After this Cartoon the character is never seen again although you can see earlier versions of her in other Van Beuren Cartoons Such as Candy Town & some other various Van Beuren RKO Cartoons. The Credits are mostly and always mistaken for "Bonnie Poe" as the voice actress but in fact it was "MARGIE HINES" for every Aesop fable/Van Beuren Cartoon voice over.
Miss Kitty's Quotes: (Taken from IMDb of course).
Miss Kitty: [singing] They'll never want to see a rake or plow, / And who the deuce can parlez-vous a cow?
Miss Kitty: Here I am, big boy.